Travels across Russia: Ekaterinburg

Ekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk, Russia

  • Rastorguev Estate (K. Libknekht Street, no. 44). Right to left: main house, entrance gate, and wing, 1794–1847. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Church of the Ascension, southeast view, 1792–1818. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • House of Main Director of Urals Mines (Raboch'ia Molodezh' Quay, no. 3), 1820s. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Verkh-Isetskii Factory Hospital, Pavilion Wing (Verkh-Isetskii Boulevard, no. 9),1824–1826. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Edinoverie Church of the Trinity, northeast view during post-Soviet reconstruction. Photo © William Craft Brumfield       

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  • Log house (Karl Libknekht Street, no. 41), 19th century. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Sevast'ianov House (District Court; Lenin Prospect, no. 35), 1860–1866, by A. I. Paduchev (active 1860s). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Right: I. L. Bukhonin House (8th of March Street, no. 24); left: V. N. Ivanov House (8th of March Street, no. 26), 1870s. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • M. M. Oshurkov House (Chapaev Street, no. 10), 1870. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • A. E. Borchaninov House (8th of March Street, no.18), 1880s. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Church of All Saints, Mikhailovskoe Cemetery, southwest view, 1886–1890. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Wooden house (Tolmachev Street, no. 24), late 19th century. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Wooden house (Proletarskaia Street, no. 10), 1890s. Photo © William Craft Brumfield 

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  • Davidov House (Chapaev Street, no. 5) , late 19th century. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • E. F. Filitts House (Mamin-Sibiriak Street, no. 187), c. 1900. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • E. I. Pervushin House (Treasury; Radishchev Street, no. 2, and 8th of March Street, no. 28), 1900s. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Children's Philharmonic (8th of March Street, no. 36), 1900s. Photo © William Craft Brumfield      

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  • Railroad Workers House of Culture (Cheliuskintsy Street, no. 102), 1920s. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Office building (Malyshev Street, no. 24, and Khokhriakov Street, no. 25), c. 1930. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Water tower (Culture Street at Donbass Street), 1929. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Gostiazhprom apartment complex (Lenin Prospect, no. 52, at Bazhov Street), 1930s. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Office building (Tolmachev Street, no. 18), c. 1930. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Headquarters of the Ural Military District (Lenin Prospect, no. 71), 1930s. In foreground: statue of Soviet military hero Georgy Zhukov (1896–1974), 1995. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Press house (Ural'skii Rabochii publishing house; Lenin Prospect, no. 49), 1929–1930, by Georgi A. Golubev (1883–1949). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Chekists' Village (Gorodok Chekistov; Lenin Prospect, no. 69), Building 1, currently Hotel Iset, 1929–1932, by I. Antonov (active 1920s–1930s), V. Sokolov (active mid-20th century), and A. Tumbasov (active 1920s–1930s). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Chekists' Village (Gorodok Chekistov; Lenin Prospect, no. 69), Building 1, currently Hotel Iset, 1929–1932, by I. Antonov (active 1920s–1930s), V. Sokolov (active mid-20th century), and A. Tumbasov (active 1920s–1930s). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Chekists' Village (Gorodok Chekistov; Lenin Prospect, no. 69), Building 1, currently Hotel Iset, 1929–1932, by I. Antonov (active 1920s–1930s), V. Sokolov (active mid-20th century), and A. Tumbasov (active 1920s–1930s). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Chekists' Village (Gorodok Chekistov; Lenin Prospect, no. 69), Building 1, currently Hotel Iset, 1929–1932, by I. Antonov (active 1920s–1930s), V. Sokolov (active mid-20th century), and A. Tumbasov (active 1920s–1930s). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Chekists' Village, Club (Gorodok Chekistov; Lenin Prospect, no. 69), entrance to Building 10, currently Hotel Iset, 1931, by Antonov (active 1920s–1930s), V. Sokolov (active mid-20th century), and A. Tumbasov (active 1920s–1930s). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Chekists' Village, club (Gorodok Chekistov; Lenin Prospect, no. 69), main stairway of Building 10, currently Hotel Iset, 1931, by I. Antonov (active 1920s–1930s), V. Sokolov (active mid-20th century), and A. Tumbasov (active 1920s–1930s). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Uraloblsovet apartment complex (Dom Uraloblsoveta; Malyshev Street, no. 21), Building 1, 1931–1933, by Moisei Ginzburg (1892–1946) and Aleksandr L. Pasternak (1893–1982). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Uraloblsovet apartment complex (Dom Uraloblsoveta; Malyshev Street, no. 21), Buildings 1 and 2, 1931–1933, by Moisei Ginzburg (1892–1946) and Aleksandr L. Pasternak (1893–1982). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Uraloblsovet apartment complex (Dom Uraloblsoveta; Malyshev Street, no. 21), Building 3. 1931–1933, by Moisei Ginzburg (1892–1946) and Aleksandr L. Pasternak (1893–1982). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Uraloblsovet apartment complex (Dom Uraloblsoveta; Malyshev Street, no. 21), Building 3, 1931–1933, by Moisei Ginzburg (1892–1946) and Aleksandr L. Pasternak (1893–1982). In background: House (Khokhriakov Street 20), 19th century. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Uraloblsovet apartment complex (Dom Uraloblsoveta; Malyshev Street, no. 21), Buildings 4 and 5, 1931–1933, by Moisei Ginzburg (1892–1946) and Aleksandr L. Pasternak (1893–1982). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Dinamo Sports Complex (Eremin Street, no. 12), 1929–1934, by V. D. Sokolov. View across City Pond. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • House of Officers Theater (May First Street, no. 27), 1930–1941, by V. V. Emelyanov (active 1930s). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • House of Officers (May First Street, no. 27), 1930–1941, by V. V. Emelyanov (active 1930s). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Central Stadium (Repin Street, no. 5), 1940s. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • City Hall (Duma; Lenin Prospect, no. 24), 1947–1954, by Georgi A. Golubev (1883–1949). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Urals State Technical University (formerly Urals Polytechnic Institute; Peace Street, no. 19), c. 1950. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Urals State University (Economic Council Building; Lenin Prospect, no. 51), c. 1957, by K. T. Baibykin (active 1950s). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • House of Soviets (October Square, no. 1), 1980s. View from Karl Libknekht Street, no. 44. Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Circus (8th of March Street, no. 43), 1979–1980, by I. Shvartsbreim (active late 20th century) and M. Korobov (active late 20th century). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Black Tulip, monument to Soviet dead in Afghan wars, 1990s. In background: Uralavstroinvest Building (Mamin-Sibiriak Street, no. 58). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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  • Chapel of Saint Catherine, northwest view, 1998, by G. I. Beliankin (active 1990s–2000s). Photo © William Craft Brumfield

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